My Wife's FatteningWhen I first met Angela, she was fit and trim -- exercised, jogged, watched what she ate and weighed about 125 pounds. After we moved in together, we ate out a lot, did a lot of cooking and drinking and generally lazing about. She went on the pill and her weight started to balloon. Over that summer she quickly gained 30 pounds!
At first, I wasn't too thrilled with the extra weight on my once fashionably thin girlfriend. Her formerly flat, firm stomach was now bloated and covered with a thick la
However, after a few months, I found that I was becoming more attracted to her new, plumper figure. I think I always felt pressure to have a girlfriend that fit the popular norms of beauty, but when I realized that neither of us would be happy worrying about what other people think, I came to accept my attraction to the "fuller-figured Angela." I told her so, and though it seemed to come as a surprise to her at first, it ultimately was a great relief. I don't think she could see any way to easily get back to her former figure and now she didn't need to worry about it. She always had a big appetite and enjoyed eating and cooking and now she could indulge in those activities without guilt.
You can probably guess the rest. She continued to pack on the pounds, going on half-hearted diets from time to time when she felt she had gotten too big. After three years, she had gone from 115 pounds and a size 4 dress to 175 pounds and a size 16. A year later, we got married and by December her weight had zoomed up to 198 pounds.
At this point, Angela has given up on diets and eats to her heart's content. It seems that the bigger she gets the hungrier she is and the more and more she eats. Three years ago, she weighed in at over 300 pounds and is now probably well over 350 or approaching 400 pounds (our scale only went up to 330). At this weight, her stomach has grown huge and she has grown lazy and avoids moving around if possible, which will certainly make her gain more.
Latest update: 412 pounds
jcruz 31-35 13 Responses 7 Apr 8, 2012